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Corona Virus Infection Report 04/15/2020 (Friday)

Corona Virus Infection Report 04/15/2020 (Friday)

Corona Virus in Pomerania. On Friday, April 15, 2022, the Ministry of Health recorded 79 new cases of Coronavirus in Pomerania. 41 of them belong to Tri-City.

Coronavirus test – Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot

79 new infections in Pomerania

In Pomerania, 79 new infections were recorded in the past 24 hours. 792 tests carried out, 84 tests positive – 11% (The number of positive tests may be greater than the number of new infections, because previously infected people are also being tested.)

In contrast, 13 previously infected people died.

There have been 41 new cases of infection in Tri-City. 333 tests were performed, 43 were positive – 13% (The number of positive tests may be greater than the number of new infections, because previously infected people are also being tested.)

In contrast, 10 previously infected people died.

Nobody is currently in quarantine.

The Infected in Pomerania (Cities / Courtyards):

  • Gdansk 24
  • Gdynia 15
  • Shogeniki 5
  • Malborsky 5
  • Wejheroski 4
  • Sopsc 4
  • Tczewski 3
  • Gdansk 3
  • Staroguard 3
  • Sopot 2
  • Sopsc 2
  • Kzuchovsky 2
  • Stumsky 2
  • Bucky 2
  • Nowodworks 1
  • Cocerzina 1
  • Bytosky 1
  • Lębourski 0
  • Kwidzyński 0
  • Kartowski 0

Coronavirus in Tri-City – All the info

11201 new injuries nationwide

There were 1,201 new and confirmed cases of coronavirus recorded across the country (14,101 tests conducted) from the following provinces:

  • 242
  • 149
  • Lublin 101
  • 95- Nada
  • Lesser Poland 91
  • 79 – Pomeranian
  • 66- Nada
  • وودód County 61
  • 59 – Pomeranian
  • Greater Poland 54
  • 42- Bliss
  • więtokrzyskie 36
  • 30- Masoud
  • 29- Nada
  • Warmia-Masuriya District 24
  • Opolsky 20

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In the past day, 9 people died from COVID-19, while 25 people died due to coexistence of COVID-19 with other diseases. Total deaths: 34.